Newburgh Legislation Passes Senate

Larkin Bill To Allow City To Establish An Administrative Tribunal Approved by Senate

Senator Bill Larkin (R-C, Cornwall-on-Hudson) announced today that legislation; Senate bill S.3959, to allow the City of Newburgh to establish an administrative tribunal for parking infractions has been passed by the Senate and sent to the Assembly for action.

“I am relieved that this legislation has passed the Senate once again,” said Senator Larkin.  “The City is desperate for this legislation to become law.  There are millions of dollars at stake and the City needs the ability to recoup these monies.  As I stated previously, it is up to the Assembly to assist Newburgh by passing this bill and allowing it to go to the Governor for his signature,” said Larkin.  “I hope they see fit to act quickly and pass this bill without delay.”

The legislation has been sent to the Assembly.